Boundary Ambiguity and its Relation to the Sense of Responsibility among Family Reconciliation and Reform Offices’ Female ConsultersAuthor(s): Lina Emad Alqaraleh* and Anas Saleh Al-Dalaeen
The current study aims to explore the relationship between boundary ambiguity and sense of responsibility among consulters of Family Reconciliation and Reform Offices. The study sample consists of (250) consultations. The Boundary Ambiguity Scale and the Sense of Responsibility Scale have been used to achieve the study objectives. The study findings indicated high boundary ambiguity and a low sense of responsibility among the sample members. The results also showed a positive and significant relationship between boundary ambiguity and sense of responsibility. Finally, the study found that there are significant differences in sense of responsibility among the sample members, which are attributed to the duration of marriage. These differences were in favour of the category from 5-10 years. Some of the research's most important recommendations are designing counselling programs to enhance the sense of responsibility among Female consulters of Family Reconciliation and Reform Offices, and conducting training courses and seminars to clarify the role of the leader in the family.